• Carenado Now Available At FlightSim.Com Store

    Carenado

    Carenado is the latest major publisher and developer to feature their products in our new FlightSim.Com store. Going back more than 15 years, Carenado has been providing us add-on airplanes and these days develop for FSX, Prepar3D and X-Plane. They mostly concentrate on GA and smaller commercial aircraft.

    Please visit the FlightSim.Com Store to see the latest Carenado products.

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    1. otaviodoido's Avatar
      otaviodoido -
      I would like to congratulate the Carenado team, they are one step ahead of any other.
      In matters of Perfection, they go beyond! The enormous complexity of details that your aircraft are made make me jaw dropped every time!
      With the DA62 could not be different, simply fantastic, it will surely be my favorite until the next Carenado release.
      Thank you again Carenado!
      Otavio Bonomi, Brazil.
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